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Attractions news: Dive Bahrain sinks Boeing 747 | 10...

Welcome to the blooloop briefing; a roundup of attractions news from the last seven days. In the news this week – Dive Bahrain sinks Boeing 747 to create underwater...

Cedar Fair to acquire Schlitterbahn water parks for...

Cedar Fair has signed a definitive agreement to acquire two iconic water parks and one resort in Texas – Schlitterbahn Waterpark and Resort New Braunfels and...

Theme park news: talking cars, shrinking heroes and...

Talking race cars, shrinking super heroes, removed coasters and Stranger Things. Just another typical week of theme park news. By Lance Hart, Screamscape 1) Lightning...

Cedar Fair announces strategic plan for 5 year growth

Cedar Fair has set out a strategic plan for growth over the next five years, including increasing interactive and immersive family attractions, special events, concerts...

Knott’s Berry Farm to refurbish, retheme river...

BigFoot rapids at Knott's Berry Farm, California, will undergo a major renovation to become Calico River Rapids. New elements will be added to the attraction, including...

Theme park news: family friendly attractions trending...

Amidst announcements of new experiences and rides, family friendly attractions seem to be a theme for 2019. By Lance Hart, Screamscape While the various...

Cedar Fair to open new hotel at Canada’s...

Cedar Fair will open a 203-room Hyatt Place and Hyatt House hotel at its Canada's Wonderland theme park in Ontario.  The company has signed a pair of hotel services...

Cedar Fair long term strategy: embrace digital and...

Cedar Fair has presented its long term strategy for growth, and says it will embrace digital technology at its parks and develop the adjacent land. The company also says...

Waterparks: A Wet and Wonderful Phoenix from the Ashes

Many in Northeastern Ohio are bemoaning the closing of Geauga Lake Amusement Park,   an over 100 year old local park with nostalgic memories for many local residents...